# Question Solved1 AnswerAn article in Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, "Arthroscopic meniscal repair with an absorbable screw: results and surgical technique," (2005, Vol. 13, pp. 273-279) cites a success rate more than 90% for meniscal tears with a rim width of less than 3 mm, but only a 67% success rate for tears of 3-6 mm. If you are unlucky enough to suffer a meniscal tear of less than 3 mm on your left knee, and one of width 3-6 mm on your right knee, what are the mean and variance of the number of successful surgeries? Assume the surgeries are independent. Round your answers to three decimal places (e.g. 98.765). Mean = Variance =

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Transcribed Image Text: An article in Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, "Arthroscopic meniscal repair with an absorbable screw: results and surgical technique," (2005, Vol. 13, pp. 273-279) cites a success rate more than 90% for meniscal tears with a rim width of less than 3 mm, but only a 67% success rate for tears of 3-6 mm. If you are unlucky enough to suffer a meniscal tear of less than 3 mm on your left knee, and one of width 3-6 mm on your right knee, what are the mean and variance of the number of successful surgeries? Assume the surgeries are independent. Round your answers to three decimal places (e.g. 98.765). Mean = Variance =
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Transcribed Image Text: An article in Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy, "Arthroscopic meniscal repair with an absorbable screw: results and surgical technique," (2005, Vol. 13, pp. 273-279) cites a success rate more than 90% for meniscal tears with a rim width of less than 3 mm, but only a 67% success rate for tears of 3-6 mm. If you are unlucky enough to suffer a meniscal tear of less than 3 mm on your left knee, and one of width 3-6 mm on your right knee, what are the mean and variance of the number of successful surgeries? Assume the surgeries are independent. Round your answers to three decimal places (e.g. 98.765). Mean = Variance =